Chelsea defeated Manchester City by 1-0 to win their second UEFA Champions League title in style in Porto. They deserved the victory as Pep Guardiola’s men did not exhibit the attribute of a champion.
City’s hope of winning a treble ended after the defeat, as they are now left with the Premier League and League Cup which they have won.
A first half goal barely 3 minutes before half time from Kai Haverts after he wrapped up goalkeeper Ederson from a pass that took City’s defense by surprise gave the victory.
It was a night worthy of celebration particularly for the German manager Thomas Tuchel who came in January after failing to help PSG win the same title last season.
The victory for Chelsea means Thomas Tuchel became the third German manager to help his nation win it in a row, after Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool and Hans Dieter Flick of Bayern Munich.
This is the first title Thomas Tuchel will win as a manager with Chelsea.